The Humane Society of Northeast Florida is a private,
non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to:
- Establishing and operating shelter facilities to ensure comfort
and assistance to all pets in need in Northeast Florida
- To adopt companion animals into homes for life
To advance responsible programs to reunite lost pets with their owners
- To encourage and strengthen the human/animal
bond with programs and services that focus on the needs of both people and animals
- To create lasting and
comprehensive change in human behavior toward animals through education about responsible pet ownership, including the spaying
and neutering of pets, and about the humane and respectful treatment of all animals;
In addition to caring
for animals in need, a goal of the Humane Society of Northeast Florida is to educate the public, and to promote the spaying
and neutering of companion animals at an early age. This routine procedure prevents the birth of unwanted litters, thus
helping to reduce the euthanasia of healthy animals.
Medical care and appropriate shots are provided for
all animals put up for adoption, including rabies shots and Putnam County tags.
The shelter maintains "lost and
found" files for animals reported to us.
We offer microchip identification with all adoptions.
This service is available to all pet owners. The shelter maintains the microchip database for Putnam County.
are a 501(c)(3) non-profit funded entirely by memberships, donations, bequests and grants.